Practical QuickBooks for New Users – 4-Weeks, 2 hours per week Series (Red Bluff)
Practical QuickBooks for New Users –
4-Weeks, 2 hours per week Series (Red Bluff)
Start Date: 3/7/2024 End Date: 3/28/2024
Scheduled Time(s): 9:00am – 11:00am
Accurate bookkeeping is critical to the success of any business. This QuickBooks Series is for entrepreneurs and business owners in the beginning stage of bookkeeping (i.e., planning, have not yet purchased their system, or have purchased but not using). The trainer will guide you through the basics of accounting from identifying the best QuickBooks version for your business, to setting up your system, managing accounts, and using financial reports to manage your day-to-day activities. This 4-weeks, 2 hours per week series includes 4 focus areas:
Week 1 – March 7: Accounting Basics & Getting Started with QuickBooks – Training includes: Basics of accounting, identifying the QuickBooks version that is best for your business, and setting up your company and chart of accounts in QuickBooks.
Week 2 – March 14: Setting up Items and Creating Forms – Training includes: Setting up items, using purchase orders, customizing invoices, and creating forms in QuickBooks
Week 3 – March 21: Accounts Receivable – Training includes: Setting up online bank feeds, creating estimates and invoices, sales receipts, receiving payments, and managing accounts payable reports.
Week 4 – March 28: Accounts Payable, Banking Reconciliations, and Reports – Training includes: Accounts Payable, Bank Reconciliations, entering expenses and bills, paying bills, managing reports, Profit & Loss Statement, Balance Sheet, and more!
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